Administrators acting for UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines will appeal a high court ruling that the grounded airline has no entitlement to its summer 2018 slots. UK leisure carrier Monarch Airlines entered administration and had its air operator’s certificate (AOC) suspended in the early hours of Oct. 2, marking the UK’s largest ever airline collapse. The airline’s administrators, KPMG, went to court Nov. 6-7 to seek clarity on whether the carrier still has allocation ...

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